In podcast 12, we’re taking a look at the ways that organizational dynamics often react to change and how change can be optimized. We’re joined by Ted Powell, Managing Partner/Co-Owner of Stop At Nothing, Inc., a leadership consulting firm, who believes that self-awareness and personal responsibility (or lack thereof) contribute more to success or failure than any other leadership skill. Outside of his consulting practice, Ted devotes his public speaking skills and experiences to combat fear-driven stress and polarization in our society.
In this podcast, we’ll discuss the three levels that Ted and his team work from, the systemic, the interpersonal, and the intrapersonal. We'll see how they approach each one individually and bring them together to support change in organizational dynamics. We’ll also explore his Tedx talk and how the Drunken Monkey works.
Ted’s TEDx speech, When Your Mind Works Against You, explores the perils of negative thought patterns has attracted over 500,000 views as people seek ways to live joyfully in a seemingly chaotic world.
Realizing that we can control our way of thinking in response to a seemingly chaotic world is one of the most liberating and transformative human experiences we can have. Ted Powell